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  • Web conferencing in education

    This was originally posted by Simon Evans 27 February 2012. This is cross-posted as part of the transition of Software for Learning to Enabling e-Learning. Whether you use Skype to talk to the grandchildren, or Adobe Connect to participate in online workshops, you are using web confere...

    Tags: webinars, web 2.0, web conferencing, voip, skype, google apps, adobe connect, oovoo, anymeeting, dabbleboard

  • Enabling e-Learning webinars

    It was a busy afternoon for online workshops yesterday.  You can enjoy them (and previous sessions) again by following the links below: What is Digital Citizenship?, with Tessa Gray Teaching as Inquiry: Continuing to learn, with Christina Ward (as part of the VPLD programme)  ...

    Tags: s4l, snapshot, webinars

  • Webinars

    I booked three for the same time - one on iUGO, an online planner; one on Teaching as Inquiry and one on Digital Citizenship...choices to be made! Jenni is going to look at the planning application, I'll do Teacher Inquiries and I'll grab the video of the other webinar.

    Tags: webinars, professional reflections, professional development, mokoiaintermediate, rotorualakescluster

  • Teaching As Inquiry

    Just attended an interesting webinar with Christina Ward. She went through the Teaching as Inquiry structure from NZC. Hazel Owen has also blogged on this so I'll add a link to her blog post. It's worth reading as it is far more thorough than my comment here. /pg/blog/read/201859/teaching-as-inq...

    Tags: teaching as inquiry, mokoiaintermediate, rotorualakescluster, webinars

  • BYOD and Wireless webinar

    For those who may be interested, here's an opportunity to participate in an international webinar on BYOD and wireless. All About BYOD & Wireless   Tuesday December 6, 2011 | 1 pm PST / 4 pm EST Will your wireless network handle the wave of Wi-Fi enabled PDAs, smartphones, ta...

    Tags: byod, wireless, webinars

  • Snapshots for Learning webinar

    This was a very enjoyable and useful final webinar for this year, from Enabling e-Learning. Suzie Vesper outlined the key features of Software for Learning. Most people in the workshop knew about the reviews of software but we also found out about pages on: Social software mLearning eP...

    Tags: s4l, snapshot, webinars, software for learning

  • Virtual Learning Network - Webinar

    The Virtual Learning Network (/) is not only home to our brokerage system for online programmes of learning but it is home to many professional learning groups, school clusters and of course our own VLN Primary group website & wider VLN Community. As a member you can join group...

    Tags: enabling elearning, webinars, vln, professional learning

  • Connected Educators Month #cenz14 #CEM

    Here are our contributions to Connected Educator Month coming up soon! They are adaptations of those we ran earlier in the year at DEANZ and more recently (coming up) at ULearn14 conferences. Workshop Presentations Leveling the playing field for schools through networked learning Thursday 1...

    Tags: connected educator, cenz14, cem, webinars, taster sessions, pld, collaboration, online learning

  • Where have we been online in 2017?

    Kia ora tatou, summer has well-and-truly arrived and in this last week of school, we'd like to look back on the trends we discussed in our community. A big thank you to everyone who joined us online.    In 2017 Enabling e-Learning (TKI and VLN) captured your voice in:  ...

    Tags: online, activity, 2017, threads, webinars, news, items, events, PLD, contributors, summary